Whether you are a team looking for a curler and/or coach to join your team or a curler looking to join a team, or a member club looking to fill a vacancy, this is the place to look. Clubs and curlers are also encouraged to post buy/sell equipment and/or supplies here. The following is posted on behalf of teams, curlers and member clubs; Curling Alberta has no direct affiliation with any of the listings.

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Competitive Women’s Team Seeking Coach

We are a new Women’s team that is looking for a coach for the upcoming 2022-2023 season. Our team is split between Calgary and Edmonton, but we are committed to team practices and bonspiels for the upcoming season with the goal of making it to Provincials in January 2023. We are looking for a coach to assist us in strategy and team dynamics either throughout the season or for a couple of sessions throughout the season.

Assistant Head Ice Technician

The Lethbridge Curling Club is currently seeking an Assistant Head Ice Technician starting in the 2022/23 curling season and beyond. This is an opportunity to advance your career working directly for our head Ice Technician at one of Alberta’s premiere curling facilities. Responsibilities include installation of and maintaining of 10 sheets of high standard curling ice in a 5 year old facility. The Lethbridge Curling Club runs leagues, bonspiels, rentals and school programs starting in September through the end of March. This is a seasonal position with a salary commensurate with experience. We prefer someone with a level one certificate but will train the right person. For more detailed information on this position and the Lethbridge Curling Club please contact us directly.

Program and Events Coordinator

The Calgary Curling Club is seeking a Program and Events Coordinator. The successful candidate will be responsible to promote and organize Corporate events, Bonspiels, Junior programs and learn to curl clinics. Recruitment, training and organizing Volunteers will be a big part of this position. Being a certified curling instructor with an interest in teaching all age levels will be an asset.
Excellent organizational, written and oral skills are important in this position. Being able to work successfully and contribute to a strong team environment is important.
This position requires the ability to work flexible hours.
Remuneration is negotiable and will be based on qualifications.

Administrative Assistant Postion

The Crestwood Curling Centre in Edmonton is a busy 6 sheet curling facility that is open seven days a week. We are looking for a part time Administrative Assistant with a flexible schedule working approximately 20 hours a week. The Administrative Assistant will report to the General Manager & Assistant manager. The position involves a variety of duties including providing administrative support to members and guest, assist with rentals and function, have knowledge with all social media platforms.

This position requires an outgoing, organized, team player with a positive attitude.

Please submit your resume in confidence to the attention of Darcy Hyde.
14317 – 96 Avenue, Edmonton, AB. T5N 0C5
E-mail: gm@crestwoodcurling.com

All applicants are thanked for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

Assistant Ice Technician

The Crestwood Curling Centre in Edmonton, Alberta is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Ice Technician. The Crestwood Curling Centre has a strong membership of approximately 1000 curlers, and 27 draws a week on six sheets of ice.

The successful candidate will report to the Head Ice Technician and perform an assortment of ice maintenance duties to include but not limited to.
• Ice installation
• Complete draw changes
• Daily maintenance (scraping, pebbling, cleaning)
• Monthly maintenance (resurfacing)
• Training of part time ice staff
• Dealing with curlers concerns
• Maintain facility cleanliness
• Removal of ice, and proper storage of rocks.
• Facility repairs as needed
• Keep simple records
This full time seasonal position commencing September – April annually, offers a competitive wage depending on experience.

Level 1 Ice Tech is preferred but willing to train the right candidate.

Please submit your resume with cover letter stating salary expectations, in confidence to the attention of Darcy.
14317 – 96 Avenue, Edmonton, AB. T5N 0C5
E-mail: gm@crestwoodcurling.com
All applicants are thanked for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

Employment Opportunity: Curling Manager, Saville Community Sports Centre

The Saville Community Sports Centre, located at the University of Alberta in Edmonton has an employment opportunity for a full time Curling Manager. The Saville Community Sports Centre is home to a 10 sheet curling rink, 1000 plus curling members, varsity curling program, and is recognized as a Curling Canada – National Training & Development Centre.

This Saville Community Sports Centre is operated by Campus & Community Recreation of the University of Alberta and housed on the South Campus.

For more information on the job posting, please click HERE

Head Ice Technician at the Red Deer Curling Centre

The Pidherney Centre, Home to Red Deer Curling, is currently seeking a Head Ice Technician starting in the 2022/23 curling season and beyond. This person is primarily responsible for the installation of and maintaining of 12 sheets of high standard curling ice in a world class ice facility that was built in 2012. The Pidherney Centre is a multi-use facility that is home to over 750 members and 17 curling leagues. We also host numerous bonspiels throughout the curling season. This facility is located in Red Deer, Alberta.

Job Duties
– installation and removal of 12 sheets of curling ice
– Maintain a high standard of curling ice
– Keep ice area clean, make sure amenities are full. IE: water bottles, cups and kleenex.
– Hire, train, schedule and supervise staff
– Answer ice plant alarms
– Maintenance as required from time to time around the entire facility
– Set-up, tear down and clean-up of ice area for special events
– Snow removal as needed on the outside of the facility
– Assist with operational budget
– Oversee outside contract work
– Collaborate with GM and front office staff in regards to ice and event schedules
– Season end cleaning of ice surface and rink area. Ice equipment and rocks stored properly
– Transport liquor deliveries to the lounge when needed
– Ice operation monthly report for Board
– Other odd jobs as directed by General Manager.

Education & Experience
– Level 2 or higher ice tech certificate
– Minimum 5 years experience in ice making with experience in competitive ice considered an asset.
– Must be able to lift a minimum 50lbs
– Excellent customer service skills
– Flexible in schedule as weekends, weekdays and evenings are required
– WHMIS certified or willing to get at expense of the Red Deer Curling Centre
– First Aid certified or willing to obtain at the expense of the Red Deer Curling Centre
– Criminal Record Check

– Year round employment and a salary of $70,000 plus, depending on qualifications and experience.

To apply, please send your resume by email to nelson@nelsonlacourse.com with “Head Ice Technician” in the subject line. We thank all applicants however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Competitive U20 Mens Team Looking for Fourth Player

Looking for a fourth player for a competitive U20 Men’s team based out of Edmonton & Camrose, mainly looking for a front end player. We finished 5th in the AJCT points standings and were quarter finalists at provincials. We will be playing a busy competitive tour schedule looking for a competitive run at provincials. If you are interested please contact me.

General Manager – Spruce Grove

The General Manager reports directly to the Board of Directors and is generally responsible for event and facility promotion, membership recruitment, staffing, communication with membership and social media as well as the day-to-day operations of the facility which includes overseeing the pro shop. You will be required to do the daily cash reconciliation for the bar and take in the deposit.

General Duties
Promote leagues, events, bonspiels and maintain active ongoing communication with members via newsletters, social media, emails.
Update website as required.
Organize and manage club hosted events and leagues including creation of draws and schedules, as well as all community rentals.
Coordinate with the Ice Technical and city to ensure proper maintenance.
Attend Board meetings with a prepared manager and financial reports.
Implement approved policies and by-laws.
Overseeing of bar, pro shop, kitchen and ice operations.
Organize and execute weekly 50/50, including obtaining and closing licenses in accordance with AGLC.
Collect and receive income from all sources, manage bank deposits, year-round, while working in concert Treasurer to ensure accuracy of accounting records.
Build and maintain positive rapport with club curlers, staff, event organizers, facility leasers, sponsors, service suppliers, community stakeholders, AGLC, neighbouring clubs, and Curling Alberta.

Education and Experience
Minimum of 2 years’ experience with customer service, supervisor and/or management experience.
Experience in general computer software plus social media.
Personable individual with strong public relations and communication skills.
Hold a valid preserve or willingness to obtain one.
Knowledge of curling club operations and the sport of curling is considered an asset.
Skilled in Microsoft Office and social media posting.

You should apply if you are
An effective and engaging communicator
Highly organized and capable of multi-tasking effectively
Self-disciplined and comfortable with a variable daily, weekly and monthly schedule.

This is a seasonal position from August 1 – April 15. The candidate must be willing to work a combination of days, evening and weekends. Event weekend require long hour and often run Friday through Sunday with approximately 12 events on the schedule this season. Offering $25,000 for the season and $800 stipend to be paid in August for summer coverage. You will be eligible to claim EI in the off season. Salary negotiable based on experience. Please apply by July 20th.

Head Ice Technician – Medicine Hat Curling Club

The Medicine Hat Curling Club is accepting applications for a full time seasonal Head Ice Technician. (September 15, 2022 – April 15, 2023). Preference will be given to those who have their Level 2 Ice Technician certificate, or equivalent experience and a commitment to obtain Level 2 certification. Our season runs from the start of October until the end of March.
The MHCC is located in Sunny Southern Alberta. We have 8 sheets of ice with over 500 members and approximately 15 draws per week Monday through Saturday, weekend bonspiels, various rentals and junior curling.

The Head Ice Technician will be responsible for, but not limited to the following duties.
• Ice installation including painting, running lines, in-ice logos, hack and board installation and all other duties for initial installation.
• Facilitate day-to-day curling ice operations (scraping, cleaning, pebbling, rock care), ensuring a high-quality playing surface for all league play, rentals, bonspiels and other functions as required.
• Train, supervise and schedule assistant ice technicians and volunteers.
• Schedule and implement maintenance floods and ice maintenance when required.
• Complete daily/monthly/yearly equipment maintenance and log data as required.
• Cleanliness & general maintenance of the entire building.
• Working with and assisting manager where required.
• Able to develop rapport and good relationships with staff and club members.
• Comfortable with computer technology.
If the Head Ice Technician position does not fill we will be looking for an assistant that would train to step into the head position next season.

Renumeration will depend on qualifications.
Please submit your resume to manager@mhcurling.com or mail to
Medicine Hat Curling Club
880A 2 Street SE
Medicine Hat, AB T1A 0E6

Review of applications will begin May 6, 2022.
Thank you for your interest in the Medicine Hat Curling Club.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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